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7 Questions You May Have About SightLine 2016

Posted by Christina Nordquist on 9/27/16 9:52 AM

Don't miss this unique opportunity for continuing education around today's emerging technology topics and trends at SightLine 2016.

Education & Entertainment: The Best of Both Worlds

1. Get Your Training Hours In:

The caliber of speakers and depth of material we have lined up will help you meet your required training initiatives for the year and we promise you'll have fun while doing it!

  • Hands-On Workshops:

With 10 different topics to choose from, these workshops cover technology strategy, design, implementation, and even monitoring best practices. Benefit from expert advice and gather hands-on experience with programs like cloud migration strategies with AWS, design and implementation recommendations between FlexPod and HyperFlex, and cybersecurity threat management and monitoring with Alert Logic. >>> Learn More

  • Innovative Breakout Sessions:

With over 15 breakouts, SightLine sessions are designed to provide you with tools you can use to take your business or institution to the next level. Spanning various technology levels and formats, these sessions deliver context and clarity into emerging technologies, manufacturer products and applications, and strategy. >>> Learn More

2. Will this conference be worth the investment of cost and time?

Explore the full agenda to see if the topics and speakers pique your interest. You can also schedule a one-on-one whiteboarding session with an Annese expert of your choice to ensure you make the most of your time.

3. How do I know if this conference is best suited for me or someone else on my team?

If you are a CIO, CFO, VP of IT/IS/MIS, direct report to a VP, Manager/Director IT Department, Network Manager, Systems/Business Analyst, Chief Security Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Business Executive, Manager, Researcher or Entrepreneur, you should attend SightLine 2016. 

See more about who this event is geared toward and what you can expect to take away from it here.

4. I still have a few logistical questions to sort out before committing.

Check out our frequently asked questions page and see if your concern is addressed. If it is not, contact us at SightLine@annese.com or (585) 286-2986.

5. Who is the keynote speaker, Daniel Burrus? 

Considered one of the world’s leading technology forecasters and business strategists, Daniel Burrus helps clients better understand how technological, social, and business forces are converging to create enormous, untapped opportunities. He is the author of six books, including The New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller Flash Foresight: How To See The Invisible and Do The Impossible, as well as the international best-seller Technotrends. >>> Learn More

6. Will this conference be all work and no play?

We wouldn't dream of it! Live music and exciting performances will keep you entertained as you sip and nosh with your fellow conference VIPs at Whiskey & Wisdom, the exclusive kick-off party. There you'll experience specialty whiskey and scotch tastings, a top-notch cigar bar with Cuban cigar rolling, craft beer tastings provided by the area’s finest breweries, and upscale comfort food with a twist. >>> Learn More

7. How Does Registration Work? Can I Pay via Invoice?

There are three (3) conference passes to choose from which are detailed out below. Some people have been asking if we will accept payment by invoice, and the answer is yes. Credit card and checks are also accepted. 

Save Your Spot Today

Don’t miss the most exciting technology conference of the year.


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Christina Nordquist

Christina is the Marketing & Communication Associate Manager at Annese where she oversees the company's content marketing strategy. She is based in the Rochester office. Christina has a Maltese named Violet, is passionate about interior design, and lives by the philosophy that life is too short for a bad cup of coffee.

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